Pervez Musharraf's convoy escapes blast

New Delhi, Apr 3 (ANI): Former Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf on Thursday survived an assassination attempt. According to reports, an explosion took place, moments after Musharraf's convoy passed through the Faizabad flyover. Musharraf was being shifted late night from the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology (AFIC) to his farmhouse when the blast occurred. Nobody was hurt in the incident. According to police source, the explosives were planted in a rain drain by roadside. Apr 3, 2014

Lufthansa pilot strike strands over 425,000 passengers

Lufthansa pilots began the biggest strike in the airline's history Wednesday, grounding most of its flights for the next three days and leaving as many as 425,000 passengers without a connection. Duration: 01:11 Apr 3, 2014

Kenyan Muslim community reacts to radical cleric killing

The Muslim community and human rights groups respond to the killing of hardline Kenyan cleric Abubakar Shariff Ahmed, known by his nickname "Makaburi", who was shot dead in the port city of Mombasa on Tuesday. Duration: 00:52 Apr 3, 2014

UN agencies warn South Sudan facing major food crisis

Millions of people in war-wracked South Sudan are facing a food shortage as the rainy season approaches, a top UN official warned, denouncing inadequate funding for humanitarian aid efforts. Duration: 01:10 Apr 3, 2014

Hungary's PM braces for Sunday's election

To some he's the hero of the Hungarian nation, to others he's a borderline dictator; the people of Hungary head to the polls Sunday to decide whether Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban should serve a third term in office. Duration: 02:33 Apr 3, 2014

French president's ex-partner Royal joins new government

Hollande's ex-partner and mother of his four children, Segolene Royal was named environment and energy minister in a spectacular return to mainstream politics for the woman who lost the 2007 presidential election to Nicolas Sarkozy. Duration: 00:39 Apr 3, 2014

Guinea struggles to contain Ebola outbreak

Aid organisation Doctors Without Borders said Monday an Ebola outbreak suspected of killing at least 78 people in Guinea was an "unprecedented epidemic" that had spread across the west African nation. Duration: 01:07 Apr 3, 2014

Afghan police secure area after Taliban suicide attack

A Taliban suicide bomber blew himself up at the Afghan interior ministry, killing six police officers just three days before the country's presidential election, which the insurgents have vowed to disrupt. Duration: 00:24 Apr 3, 2014

MH370 relatives reject satellite evidence

Distraught relatives of passengers on the missing MH370 jet continued to pray on Wednesday as some of them rejected evidence that suggests their loved ones died in the southern Indian Ocean. Duration: 00:42 Apr 3, 2014

Stolen Gauguin found in retired worker's Sicilian home

Italy on Wednesday said it had recovered a painting worth millions of euros by Paul Gauguin, stolen in London in 1970, bought by an Italian factory worker for a pittance and hung in his kitchen for almost 40 years. Duration: 01:11 Apr 3, 2014